ACaribbean island that since April has only allowed in a handful of wealthy tourists in a bid to keep down Covid cases is finally opening up to all. Montserrat opened its borders in April this year - but only to the wealthiest holidaymakers who reportedly had to earn over $70,000 (£50,000) were allowed in.
Murders rose nearly 30 percent in 2020, representing the largest increase on record, according to an analysis of FBI data by The New York Times. The forthcoming FBI Unified Crime Report is expected to show that murders increased around 29 percent amid the coronavirus pandemic in 2020, eclipsing the previous largest one-year change of 12.7 percent in 1968.
Linda Evangelista, the supermodel made famous in the 1990s, said she had become “brutally disfigured” and “unrecognizable” after a cosmetic body-sculpting procedure that had turned her into a recluse. “Today I took a big step toward righting a wrong that I have suffered and have kept to myself for over five years,” she wrote in an Instagram post Wednesday.
Shouldn't you be dealing with a pandemic? Dr Fauci reveals he is 'taking notes' for his planned memoirs but insists he is not writing them and claims he is media shy in new Disney + documentary
A new documentary about Dr Anthony Fauci will be broadcast next month Fauci spoke to The New York Times ahead of the documentary's streaming He said he told the filmmakers they could not interfere with his everyday work Fauci also revealed he is taking notes for his memoirs, but cannot write them yet
Duration: 07:07 As the criminal probe into the Trump Organization finances continues, Trump is now suing his niece for $100 million dollars. Mary Trump provided the former president’s tax documents to The New York Times, which later published a Pulitzer Prize-winning article about Trump’s history of tax dodging.
Former President Donald Trump is suing his niece, Mary Trump, The New York Times and three of the paper's journalists as he claims a 2018 prize-winning investigation about his tax dealings was the result of an "insidious plot," court documents show. Trump's suit, reviewed by PEOPLE, seeks "an amount to be determined at trial, but believed to be no less than One Hundred Million Dollars."
‘It’s crossing the line to say I’m riding an electric surfboard when that video clearly shows a hydrofoil that I’m pumping with my own legs,’ Facebook CEO says Related video: Facebook denies reports of ignoring research Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg’s response to a bombshell New York Times report focused on his rebuttal of a line in the story stating that his surfboard was electric.
The New York Times sent a reporter to check out Dominican car audio culture. A line in the piece describing the reporter's guide to the scene goes, "Carlos is a musicólogo; enthusiasts like him own cars with customized sound systems." Using the word "customized" in this context, while true, is the wildest understatement you'll read all month.
‘I think their way of communicating with people they disagree with is to sue them,’ Mary Trump says ‘This is how the Trump family communicates’: Niece reacts as former president sues her Mary Trump reacted to the lawsuit against her from her uncle, former President Donald Trump, by saying that when the family disagrees, they communicate by suing each other.
Related video: Mary Trump Called Her Uncle Donald a ‘F****** Loser’ After He Files Lawsuit Against Her For Helping to Reveal His Tax Mary Trump reacted to the lawsuit against from her uncle, former President Donald Trump, by saying that when the family disagrees, they communicate by suing each other.
It has been revealed that the Trump campaign knew their ‘rigged election machine’ claims were false. On November 19, following his failed election campaign, Trump held a news conference claiming that the voting machines were rigged against him, and alleging that the makers – Dominion Voting Systems – had allied with software firm Smartmatic in order to prevent him from retaining the presidency.
Trump claims the newspaper’s stock rose by 7.4 per cent after it published a 2019 story on his tax records Trump’s Tax returns explained Donald Trump has filed a $100m (£73m) lawsuit against his niece Mary Trump, The New York Times, and three of its reporters over a 2019 Pulitzer Prize-winning story on his tax records.
NEW YORK (AP) — Former President Donald Trump on Tuesday sued his estranged niece and The New York Times over a 2018 story about his family’s wealth and tax practices that was partly based on confidential documents she provided to the newspaper’s reporters. Trump’s lawsuit, filed in state court in New York, accuses Mary Trump of breaching a settlement agreement by disclosing tax records she received in a dispute over family patriarch Fred Trump’s estate.
Donald Trump is suing The New York Times and his niece Mary Trump over coverage of his tax history; report
Donald Trump is suing his niece and The New York Times over coverage of his taxes, the Daily Beast reported. The lawsuit, filed on Tuesday, said his niece and the Times had an "insidious plot" to get his records. Trump is seeking "no less than One Hundred Million Dollars" in damages.
Facebook is reportedly trying to repair its battered image by showing users positive stories about the company within its News Feed. The New York Times reported Tuesday the more aggressive approach is part of an effort brought up internally in January known as Project Amplify. The revelations provide a glimpse into how the world's largest social network is responding to a series of scandals that have continued to plague the company.
Former President Trump's campaign reportedly knew soon after the November election that claims they made about voting machine irregularities leading his defeat were inaccurate. Court documents released Monday show that by the time a campaign news conference on the issue took place, an internal memo had already been circulated confirming the claims about Dominion Voting Systems and software company Smartmatic were false, according to The New York Times.
The Texas women accused of assaulting a hostess at Carmine's Italian Restaurant in New York City say that racial slurs were used against them. The women - 44-year-old Kaeita Nkeenge Rankin, 21-year-old Tyonnie Keshay Rankin and 49-year-old Sally Rechelle Lewis- were arrested last week after footage circulated on social media showed the women crowding on an employee outside of a restaurant, almost knocking over the hostess and staff.
Brittany Giroux Lane gave birth to her daughter, Alexandra, a few days before Christmas in 2018. The baby had dark eyes and longish legs. She had also arrived about 13 weeks early, and weighed just two pounds. Alexandra initially thrived in the neonatal intensive care unit at Mount Sinai West.
The Biden cat's arrival to the White House has been delayed by Major Biden's biting incidents, according to the first lady
The Biden family cat has yet to arrive in the White House, according to First Lady Jill Biden. The first lady told The New York Times that the family dog, Major, has made it an "issue." Major has bitten multiple Secret Service agents.